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internet service provider

Internet provider Informatics A company–eg, AOL, Earthlink, that provides a gateway to the Internet and the Web, via an electronic connection–either directly or through a modem, as well as software and services, for which the user pays a monthly fee
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TaE-kyn stated that Internet access providers are not legally obliged to check the contents of the websites which it provides access to according to Article 6 of Law No.
With respect to the planned association of Internet access providers, which is mentioned in the bill, TaE-kyn said it would be a move by the government to tighten supervision over the Internet.
represents a small company that selected an access provider for convenience.
Companies that don't have the budget, expertise or time to operate a Web server would likely choose an access provider.
Network access providers can now place the RTU8E in a more central location, or eliminate the need for an Add/Drop unit, and still provide service to subscribers as far as 12,000 feet away from the remote terminal unit.
GoDigital's GDSL systems enable network access providers to turn standard copper lines into high-speed digital conduits to support multiple digital access services over long distances, providing a cost-effective alternative to laying fiber or copper wire, or installing other more expensive network equipment.
Already, Internet access providers and universities have moved to limit certain material.
Axerra's AXN Pseudo-Wire Gateways and Access Devices(TM) enable mobile wireless operators, cable MSOs, competitive access providers, and incumbent carriers to extend IP + legacy data and voice services in native format over Ethernet, IP, and MPLS networks.
These secure communication services provide companies with the flexibility to leverage multiple access providers and ensure complete coverage for all locations, while eliminating customers' burden of managing all of the disparate vendors.
Nuvio Corporation, a leading provider of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), today announced that the company has filed an ex-parte letter with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to address and combat potential discriminatory practices by broadband Internet access providers and preserve competition in the VoIP market.
In the comments, Nuvio asserts that broadband Internet access providers, who also offer VoIP services, have economic incentives to discriminate against unaffiliated VoIP providers in favor of affiliated providers.
Through this agreement and other similar partnerships the company has recently signed, Orca is extending its leadership position in the Broadband-TV market by helping the major access providers remain competitive with a proven, reliable solution for delivering enhanced video entertainment services over xDSL network.